from POR to POLY

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  1. dkbnyc

    dkbnyc Mouseketeer

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    what is the best / easiest way to make this trip?
    we have ADRs to make on our arrival day. Plane should land about 10:15 am and ADR is at 12:55

    thanks
     
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  3. jimmiej

    jimmiej I invented the Naked Segway Tour

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    If you have at least an hour, take the bus from POR to MK. Hop on the monorail to the Poly. If you feel crunched for time, take a cab. Shouldn't be more than $15.
     
  4. dkbnyc

    dkbnyc Mouseketeer

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    thanks- this is perfect- is it easy to catch a cab outside your resort?
    they dont require carseats for little ones do they?
     
  5. CleveRocks

    CleveRocks <font color=red>Rock 'n' Roller Coaster worshipper

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    Taxis are readily available at the front of each resort ... if you don't see one, ask a Bell Services cast member and they will summon one for you immediately.

    Your 5 year old won't require a child safety seat, but your 2 year old sure will. PLEASE restrain your small child when in a small motor vehicle such as a car or SUV (not necessary on large buses). I make my living treating individuals catastrophically injured in motor vehicle accidents, a good number of whom were tiny children held in their parents arms rather than in the proper safety seats. My work is heartbreaking.
     
  6. dkbnyc

    dkbnyc Mouseketeer

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    i know that safety says both kids need to be in child restraints or booster seats. but does anyone know what the local law is?
     
  7. CleveRocks

    CleveRocks <font color=red>Rock 'n' Roller Coaster worshipper

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    Age 5 and over, no requirements. Under age 3, a child safety seat or a child safety seat that is integrated into the vehicle itself (i.e., a seat belt isn't sufficient for this age group, by FL law).
     

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